Rowdy definition, a rough, disorderly person. See more.
coarse or boisterous in behavior : rough; also : characterized by such behavior <
rowdy local bars>. rowdily. play \ˈrau̇-d<sup>ə</sup>l-ē\ adverb. rowdiness.
Top Definition ... YOOO ITS ABOUT TO GET ROWDY IN HEREE ! ... Rowdy fired
up the crowd as the first play of the season was an interception by Eli Manning.
If you're rowdy, you're loud and raucous. You're disturbing the peace and
somebody's likely to ask you to quiet down.
Disorderly; rough: rowdy teenagers; a rowdy beer party. n. pl. row·dies. A rough,
disorderly person. [Probably from row.] row′di·ly adv. row′di·ness n.
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Rowdy | tending to create noisy disturbances; rough, loud, or disorderly |
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The definition of rowdy is noisy and disorderly. A crowd at a football game that is
shouting, jumping up and down and making a lot of noise and chaos is an ...